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is amy ryan, president of the boston public library and is an honor and pleasure to welcome you to the boston public library for the boston book festival. i would like to thank all the staff, particularly the abrupt porter, founder of the boston book festival for this amazing lineup this weekend of content rich programs. [applause] >> you can imagine my intense interest in this program, the future of reading and all of us in the library world are. i look forward to hearing your comments and what i would like to do is introduce the moderator, said campbell. [applause] >> it is my pleasure to be here today and i would like to start by thanking debbie and her team for putting on a great event. it is wonderful to spend the day here. very exciting for me to be on this particular panel because it cuts to the heart of what this event is all about, reading. and what the future of reading is. i am excited to have with me some of the most thoughtful people that i have seen and i will introduce them. nicholas negroponte who is founder of the m.i.t. media lab, and the chairman of -- former
. this is about an hour, 15 minutes. >> good afternoon. my name is amy ryan, president of the boston public library, and it is an honor and a pleasure to welcome you to the boston public library for the boston book festival. first of all, i'd like the to thank all the staff and particularly deborah porter, the executive director and founder of the boston book festival, for this amazing lineup this weekend of content-rich programs. [applause] so you can imagine my intense interest in this program, the future of reading, and all of us in the library world are. so i'm looking forward to hearing your comments. and what i'd like to do now is introduce the moderator. [applause] >> it's my pleasure to be here, and i'd like to start by thanking debbie and her team for putting on such a great event. it's been wonderful to spend the day here. it's very exciting for me to be on this particular panel because it cuts to the heart of what this event is all about, reading and what the future of reading is. and i'm excited to have with me some of the most thoughtful people on this matter that i've seen, an
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